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Unlocking access to top asset managers: The Securitize story with Jamie Finn

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Welcome to the Tearsheet Podcast where we explore the future of financial services with an eye on technology, new models, innovation, and changing expectations. I’m Tearsheet editor in chief, Zack Miller. In the early days of Tearsheet over 10 years ago, we spent more time covering private markets for assets. Remember back, that was the crowdfunding and equity crowdfunding era. There was a view that this massive market, arcane in structure and available to the wealthy, would be opened up by tech and some regulatory changes and that a dentist in Chicago would get access to the same deals Blackstone and Andreesen Horowtiz were investing in. So, it doesn’t feel like equity crowdfunding really lived up to the hype but the market continues to grow and mature. Most of the big wins come not from investing in individual companies but in funds. Jamie Finn, co-founder and president of Securitize, joins me on the podcast to talk about where we are with investing in privately held companies and funds. His firm’s platform, Securitize, enables smaller investors to tap into some popular private equity funds directly and through secondary transactions. Behind the scenes, Securitize is doing this on the blockchain. It’s not something Jamie explains right away – it seems to be something they’ve built out but the main pitch is on alternative assets and not necessarily on the fact that these have been designed as digital assets. Jamie shares the genesis of the company and how he sees the market for alternative assets maturing in the future. Securitize’s Jamie Finn is my guest today on the Tearsheet Podcast.
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Welcome to the Tearsheet Podcast where we explore the future of financial services with an eye on technology, new models, innovation, and changing expectations. I’m Tearsheet editor in chief, Zack Miller. In the early days of Tearsheet over 10 years ago, we spent more time covering private markets for assets. Remember back, that was the crowdfunding and equity crowdfunding era. There was a view that this massive market, arcane in structure and available to the wealthy, would be opened up by tech and some regulatory changes and that a dentist in Chicago would get access to the same deals Blackstone and Andreesen Horowtiz were investing in. So, it doesn’t feel like equity crowdfunding really lived up to the hype but the market continues to grow and mature. Most of the big wins come not from investing in individual companies but in funds. Jamie Finn, co-founder and president of Securitize, joins me on the podcast to talk about where we are with investing in privately held companies and funds. His firm’s platform, Securitize, enables smaller investors to tap into some popular private equity funds directly and through secondary transactions. Behind the scenes, Securitize is doing this on the blockchain. It’s not something Jamie explains right away – it seems to be something they’ve built out but the main pitch is on alternative assets and not necessarily on the fact that these have been designed as digital assets. Jamie shares the genesis of the company and how he sees the market for alternative assets maturing in the future. Securitize’s Jamie Finn is my guest today on the Tearsheet Podcast.
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